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Thread: Sub forum for Making Fishing Videos to share techniques and tips?

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    Default Sub forum for Making Fishing Videos to share techniques and tips?

    I know many of us carry Video Cameras when fishing. Also all of us carry smart phones for any events.
    I am wondering if there are enough members who thinks a new sub forum for video making is useful. The new sub forum will be used to share knowledge on system specs, video editors, techniques and tips. I think it is a good idea to have all video making topics in one place (the video sub-forum).


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    I think it’s a great idea

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    Great Idea.

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    I think that's a a great idea. We all love making fishing videos.

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    Seems like a good idea Joe. I always like seeing the DIY innovations that folks come up with.
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    Just got a GoPro from the wife for Xmas. Definitely going to be posting once it warms up. Not gonna get pro level running 5 GoPros simultaneously lol. A sub would be good


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesserkirk View Post
    Just got a GoPro from the wife for Xmas. Definitely going to be posting once it warms up. Not gonna get pro level running 5 GoPros simultaneously lol. A sub would be good


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    Do you have a video editor? Do you have a PC (Windows)? There are good free software for hobbyist like me. I am reviewing 3 different video editors at $ 55 - $ 90 (one time pay), and an editor at $10 monthly fee. The review will be done in 2 weeks. So, check this thread. I will post my reviews. Meanwhile if you have a PC (you need 16 GB ram, a 4GB video card, Intel i7), try Windows Movie Maker (free). It is discontinued but you can still down load (Windows essential 16). All my 300 + fishing videos were edited using Windows Movie Maker.

    Joe
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    Ha! was sitting at dinner last night watching your videos with a buddy. We gotta go fishing together soon.


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    I'm dancing with the thought of jumping into some filming and amateur editing, and this sub is something I would absolutely pay close attention to. Big thumbs up to that idea!

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    Having a sub-forum like that would at least light a fire under my butt to start editing some video. Now that I think about it, I feel kinda dumb for making sure I have 1 or 2 gopros running when I fish and then just leaving the footage on an external hard drive.

    I have a beast of a workstation at work that needs something to do during lunch and after hours anyway.
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